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In “hammer MCQ” Mode – open book or closed book?

Hey there! I’ve been posting here a lot as I’m at the “Finished going through the becker, took test, failed, hammering MCQ and retaking FAR until I pass” – stage

I’m basically just doing ninja MCQ and becker MCQ over and over in preparation for my retake.

I’ve seen more people say to do this “closed book” than not – but maybe I’m misinterpreting that advice – and its really just for the practice exams. I THINK I’m finding it more useful to have the PDF “textbook” open and available if I’m at a question I just straight dont get – l think I’m internalizing the information better if I try and look it up first and then select my answer instead of just guessing and reading the explanation

anyone else do this? Think this is a good idea/bad idea?

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